- 04-21-2010, 07:41 PM #2
Well I have Verizon and I just want the regular Nexus One? lol, sorry I didnt kno there was more than one version. Where can I get one that comes unlocked and will it work on verizon?
Porbably shouldnt say this here but I would rather have an iPhone on verizon lol but I dont kno if that is possible either.
- 04-22-2010, 01:01 AM #4
Alright well that pretty much sums it up lol
Next Question: Do verizon phones have sim cards inside that can be removed and placed in an att phone?
Sorry im new at this stuff lol
- 04-22-2010, 01:23 PM #6
- 04-22-2010, 11:39 PM #8
- 05-09-2010, 02:44 AM #10
- 05-09-2010, 10:25 AM #11
You can get an iPhone to work on T-Mo for calling and data (but I don't think you get 3G data?). You cannot get an iPhone to work on Sprint or VZW.
Basically, if the company (as there are other GSM networks in the US other than ATT and T-Mo) has a SIM card, it will work with the iphone after unlocking it using a program on your computer like red snow (or whatever color that have now, been out of the game for a while) that will automatically unlock an iphone for you.
- 05-10-2010, 01:31 PM #13
There were talks of a CDMA iphone. Don't think its going to happen (definitely not this year).
Solution: verizon mifi + ipod touch 2G+
$60 a month unlimited calling. You're limited to about 4 hours of battery life on the mifi, though without a USB port. It also doesn't stay charged either when in use and plugged in. You will have to have periods of downtime.
Also, the mic is on the headphones, so you have to always use it.
Last edited by Andrew Ruffolo; 05-10-2010 at 01:34 PM.
- 05-15-2010, 01:14 PM #14
Let's say, hypothetically, that Verizon were to allow an unlocked EVO on their network. Would it be possible? It looks like the CDMA frequencies for VZW and Sprint are the same (850/1900MHz).
I don't see why VZW would care what phone you were using. You are still paying your monthly bill and they don't have to subsidize the cost of the phone. Especially if you agree to a contract and are providing your own phone. Obviously, you wouldn't get any tech support if you had a problem with the phone but that is the risk you are willing to take when you run an unlocked phone.